Toronto Blue Jays
Joe Giglio joined the Scott Garceau Show to talk all things baseball.
After dropping two straight road games, the Toronto Blue Jays have rebounded by continuing their success at Rogers Centre. They’ll look to win nine straight at home for the first time in 17 seasons Friday night in the series opener against the Baltimore Orioles.
The Toronto Blue Jays are next on the schedule for manager Buck Showalter’s team and they will faceoff at Rogers Centre.
Baseball is a crazy game with an extremely long season. Everybody thought the Orioles season was over when they had lost 5 straight and were on the verge of getting swept in Houston in a 4 game series.
Coming into the season, I knew the AL East was going to be a tight division in 2015. So far, I’m looking kind of smart because as June has arrived, only four games separates first […]
Up until a few weeks ago, Baltimore’s Jimmy Paredes probably would’ve been labeled either a journeyman or a utility infielder.
Buck Martinez joined Scott and Jeremy to check in live from Camden Yards with an update from the Blue Jays clubhouse.
Baltimore seeks its seventh home win in eight tries Tuesday night against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Following a long road trip, Baltimore – along with the Oriole faithful – will finally return to Camden Yards on Monday night to face the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Baltimore Orioles road trip ended in disappointing fashion as they dropped four-straight to finish it at 2-5.
Orioles insider for MASN.com and friend of the show, Roch Kubatko, joined Vinny and Rob to talk about the most recent rough patch for the Birds north of the border.
Toronto (8-7) has won four of five meetings with the Orioles, batting .307 while totaling 40 runs with 54 hits – 26 for extra bases.